This theme is rooted in my upbringing in the 50s and 60s. The idea came from an old photo of a girl in a white dress that was lined up next to a shiny American car. The place where the photo was taken is the only thing that is left today.
I concentrated motives about the everyday life and the environment a generation back in time. It is important to remember that all environments become poorer without visible history. A lot of history disappears without us even noticing it. In our digital world today, it is also important to create art in a larger format than on a 15-inch laptop.
The motives are from two eras with a span of 50 years. Some images are composed of items from different time frames in the same image. I want to create a whole that shows how nature takes an abandoned place back if nothing is done. The ambition was to create touches of timelessness.